25 May 2023 03:19:36
I can see the argument for Pacers needing to give up more here, but I don't think its much more if they do.

Pacers: Donovan Mitchell, OG

Raptors: #26, #29, 2027 unprotected 1st Pacers, 2025 2nd pacers, 2028 2nd Pacers, Smith, Mcconnell, Theis

Cavs: Duarte, Hield, #7,#32, #56, 2025 unprotected 1st, 2029 unprotected 1st, 2029 2nd


Bench :Nembhard, Nesmith, Nwora, Jackson
Still have 30M in cap space sign who?

Raps: Get a lot of picks and hope Barnes becomes great. Sell on Siakam. Try to sign and trade vv. Bring back Trent jr? Sign anyone else? Is it enough? Can you get more? from who?

Cavs: Shed some cap space get a high draft pick and basically punt for field position. They hit the reset on the mitchell trade let mobley have the ball a bit more. Hield gives spacing for development. Draft someone you believe in at #7 with picks to reload in future. Gives them core 4 of Garland, #7 pick, mobley, allen.Can remain competitive even tho not elite. what to do in FA? W/Levert, (go younger)?

1.) 25 May 2023
25 May 2023 04:11:09
That's just way too light for Cleveland.

2.) 25 May 2023
25 May 2023 04:32:18
I don’t see why Cavs would hit a reset button. I think they just need to break up the Mobley and Allen duo.

3.) 25 May 2023
25 May 2023 05:18:02
It's really only if they see a high offensive ceiling for mobley. Very unlikely he develops into a star offensive player with garland and mitchell. Not that they are bad players just very small and thus need the ball a lot to thrive. Maybe they really like someone at #7 and they can keep building its not a total reset they wouldn't be bad. Then the gonzaga kid Stawther in the 2nd round. Wait for the next superstar trade when these guys are a bit more ready.

4.) 25 May 2023
25 May 2023 07:18:40
i like this for Indy, but i think other teams can trow in a better offer for Mitchell.